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JAN 25
BioSci Seminar - Karen Kidd,

BioSci Seminar - Karen Kidd, "What happens when fish - and their prey - go on "The Pill"?"

Karen Kidd, Department of Biology and Department of Environment and Health, McMaster University
What happens when fish - and their prey - go on "The Pill"?
http://www.karenkiddlab.com
Hosted by Peter van den Hurk

Our department hosts a free and open seminar series during the Fall and Spring semesters. In Fall 2020, all seminars will be virtual on Mondays at 11:15 am.   Email biolsci@clemson.edu to request a Zoom link if you are not in our department and would like to attend a seminar.

11:15 am


FEB 2
Emeritus College Online Seminar with Dr. Delphine Dean

Emeritus College Online Seminar with Dr. Delphine Dean

February 2 (Tuesday) 10:00am-11:30am, Online Seminar: University COVID Testing with Dr. Delphine Dean, Ron and Jane Lindsay Family Innovation Professor of Bioengineering: Dr. Dean, the newest member of the Class of ‘39, will join us to discuss her groundbreaking research on testing saliva to determine COVID-19 infections.  Dr. Dean set up Clemson’s first high complexity clinical diagnostics (CLIA) lab on campus to run all of the University’s COVID-19 screening tests. The lab runs 1000s tests a day. Dr. Dean will discuss her work on the virus and how she and her students established a state-of-the-art testing center on Clemson’s campus.

 

Please contact Nicci Hanewald at nherman@clemson.edu with any questions or if you would like information about joining the presentation. 

Click HERE for more general information on joining and participating in a ZOOM Meeting.

 

10:00 am


FEB 9
Emeritus College Online Seminar with Dr. Matthew Koski

Emeritus College Online Seminar with Dr. Matthew Koski

February 9 (Tuesday) 10:00am-11:30am, Online Seminar: Global Change is Changing the Color of Flowers with Dr. Matthew Koski, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences: Dr. Koski’s research involves examining plant ecology and evolution with a focus on the impacts of climate change on plant reproduction.  Join us to learn more about the impact of climate change on native wildflowers, and crops.  Dr. Koski’s research is critical to multiple disciplines represented in the College, as well as those of us who love our home flower gardens. 

 

Please contact Nicci Hanewald at nherman@clemson.edu with any questions or if you would like information about joining the presentation. 

 

Click HERE more for more general information on joining and participating in a ZOOM Meeting.

10:00 am


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